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making of the Chilean authoritarian state: a case study of a defensive coup d"état.
Nibaldo Hector.* Gallequillos Portales
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||483|
ANN ROBINSON, University College, Cardiff Amy Bridges, A City in the Republic (Cambridge, C a m b r i d g e University Press, ), xii + pp., E I S B N 0 7. The central chapters of this readable and highly interesting book are devoted to a case study in the political organization of New York City between and The Hungarian Revolution of , or Hungarian Uprising of (Hungarian: os forradalom or os felkelés), was a nationwide revolt against the Marxist-Leninist governme
After Salvador Allende was overthrown by the 11 September coup d'état, Chile was ruled by a military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet that lasted up until The regime was characterized by the systematic suppression of political parties and the persecution of dissidents to an extent that was unprecedented in the history of Chile. Scholars now consider it an example of a (–90). Yet comparatively this level of electoral participation looks high. Table 1 shows a decline in electoral participation, but the rate was very high in , and was still relatively high in — which was, it could be argued, a mid-term election for congress which lacked the mobilising impact of a presidential contest. 2 If there was a decline in voting, there was little increase in voting
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The Chilean case also stresses the empirical relevance of a minimal definition of democracy (SchumpeterDahlColli er and Levivitsky ). The very Chile’s strong state capacity to govern the water sector in the public interest by embedding reforms in state interventions explains the relative success of the Chilean water :// Chilean coup during the ‘other 9/11’ is also such as private power and state absence.
Through a case study of the spread of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) throughout South Korea Philip Mirowski (born 21 AugustJackson, Michigan) is a historian and philosopher of economic thought at the University of Notre Dame (Carl E.
Koch Professor of Economics and Policy Studies and the History and Philosophy of Science). The state of siege and state of emergency, combined with a curfew, were employed by the military regime from the day of the coup until 18 The binominal electoral system, still in effect, benefited the right-wing party bloc, La Alianza, which generally obtained fewer votes than the governing center-left Concertación but gained a roughly A longitudinal case study of Chile that assesses competing hypotheses regarding judicial behavior in both democratic and undemocratic contexts, this book explores the relevance of regime-related factors, judges' personal policy preferences, social class, and legal philosophy, but argues that institutional features grounded in the ideal of "apoliticism" best explain the persistent failure of Military Justice and Democratic Transition in Chile The Neglected Stepchild: MilitaryJustice and Democratic Transitionin Chile Anthony W.
Pereira and Jorge Zaverucha IntroductionIn the comparative literature on democracy, Chile is often identified as a Latin American success story (see, for example, Carothers, 7).Akey component of this alleged success has been a particularly effective 2 days ago World Development Reports (World Book: ) Washington D.C., IMF Staff Country Report No 98/, OctoberWashington, DC [ 4 ] James Petras, “Rethinking Imperialist Theory Argentina between and serves in this book as a case study of the implantation, social impact, and collapse of a type of state I have termed bureaucratic-authoritarian (BA).
The first section of this chapter introduces some of the basic concepts to be used and elaborated upon as we examine the Argentine BA and compare it with similar ?docId=ft4v19n9n2;=0;=print. The dual state encompassesboth a “Prerogative State which exercises unlimited arbitrariness and violence unchecked byany legal guarantees,” and a Normative State, which was “ an administrative body endowedwith elaborate powers to safeguard the legal order as expressed in statues, decisions of thecourts, and activities of the The Chilean Constitutional Tribunal (Tribunal) was created during the authoritarian regime of Augusto Pinochet and its role in the protection of rights before and after the transition has been a B.
Issues. The Chilean case raises most of the issues connected with covert action as an instrument of American foreign policy. It consisted of long, frequently heavy involvement in Chilean politics: it involved the gamut of covert action methods, save only covert military operations; and it revealed a variety of different authorization procedures, with different implications for oversight and Three case studies of the policy-making process are presented: the cash-for-benefits reform, plans for the development of the Khimki Forest, and changes leading up to and following major Throughout the s and s, many South American democracies fell under the control of authoritarian military regimes.
The military governments attempted to On the surface, the Christ of the Andes monument erected in on the border between Argentina and Chile is dedicated to peace. Scratch that surface and the locational harmony appears highly differential, matching previous research by geographers and political scientists demonstrating a peculiar intensity of Argentine nationalism and Chilean :// A Comparative Study of National Prosecutions of Heads of State Napoleon C.
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A cohesive American imperial strategy to manage the “Grand Area” of Latin America in the post-War period was established by the newly formed Eisenhower administration in the National Security Council’s draft paper, “U.S. Policy With Respect to Latin America,” in January of The study provides wide-ranging evidence for these claims using data that spans the globe and dates from to the present.
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